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The artist used her acceptance speech to emphasize the importance of public funding for the arts

The most heralded artists from the last four decades share one thing in common, according to a new study

Works acquired for the national collection by Sonia Boyce, Georgio Griffa, Claudette Johnson and Johanna Unzueta

Hudson in New York in 2005 © Judy Linn. Via Financial Times

New curated sections, pioneering performance art, Black activism: key themes from next week’s fair selected by the Financial Times

Pablo Picasso, Le Rêve (The Dream),1932, oil on canvas. Courtesy: © Succession Picasso/ DACS London, 2017

Move to make ticketed exhibitions more affordable for a younger audience 

In further news: Laura Owens’s 356 Mission space closes; John Baldessari guest-stars in The Simpsons

Ahead of the opening of her Tate Britain Duveen Galleries commission The Squash, the Turner Prize nominee answers our Questionnaire

By Anthea Hamilton

In further news: France moves to repatriate African artefacts; salvaged segment of London housing estate Robin Hood Gardens heads to Venice

Tate’s artist in residence Liv Wynter calls director Maria Balshaw’s comments on harassment a ‘slap in the face’

In further news: French artists and curators rally behind Jeff Koons; Tania Bruguera named for next Turbine Hall commission

In other news: open letter demands reinstatement of documenta’s Annette Kulenkampff; ‘Russian Modernism’ show at Ghent museum questioned

Ways of talking about race and appropriation: Claudia Rankine, Hannah Black and Tate Modern’s ‘Black Art, Black Power’ conference

By Ellen Mara De Wachter